This session will focus on challenges and potential solutions for developing and implementing global transfusion standards. We will discuss contextual frameworks and culturally appropriate models for improved practices in different countries for such standards, and examine templates for achieving buy-in at the local level for improved practices and models, as well as educational initiatives and curricula. We will also review ethical challenges in translating transfusion standards and policies globally.
Review the research, evidence, and challenges in developing and implementing global transfusion standards.
Examine the application of implementation science models or tools to improve adoption of transfusion standards.
Define the ethical challenges associated with translating global transfusion standards and policies.
Please note: Linda Barnes, DrPHc, MHA, RAC did not consent to be recorded; therefore, the on-demand presentation and handout have been modified accordingly.
MD, PhD, MPH, MFA, MMHC, FCAP, FASCP,
Professor of Pathology & Medical Education, Co-Director, Transfusion Medicine,
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Medical Director and Vice President, Quality and Regulatory Affairs, Co-Director, Transfusion Medicine, Associate Clinical Professor, Laboratory Medicine and Pediatrics, Innovative Blood Resources,
Innovative Blood Resources
MD, MPH, MSc,
Department of Laboratory Medicine, UCSF School of Medicine